Yesterday videos of several of the invited JMM talks were published:

228 more wordsThe videos from some of the Invited Addresses at #JMM2018 are posted here: https://t.co/xhoDO0SfXR…

Yesterday videos of several of the invited JMM talks were published:

228 more wordsThe videos from some of the Invited Addresses at #JMM2018 are posted here: https://t.co/xhoDO0SfXR…

Jordan Ellenberg’s book *How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking *was a pleasant part of my winter break. I don’t really care for the title, and it’s somewhat difficult for me to articulate what the book was about. 301 more words

Over the last year I spent a lot of time reading literature and reflecting on my classroom practice, whilst writing my dissertation for my MA (Education). 1,056 more words

Check out this demonstration of the Which One Doesn’t Belong website!

Through the WODB (which one doesn’t belong) website, you can access hundreds thought-provoking puzzles for math teachers and students alike. 21 more words

The third standard for Mathematical Practice emphasizes the importance for students to be able to share their reasoning as they justify their answer and assess the validity of others’ arguments. 1,216 more words

Earlier in the week I saw a tweet announcing a new (and really cool!) result about the Cantor set:

338 more wordsI'm told that the last 2 tweet's link goes to my email (!), so I'll try this: THEOREM (with J S Athreya & J T Tyson): Every x in can be written as (u^2)v, where u, v are in the…

What do you value? The beliefs, messages, and behaviors that you value work together to create classroom culture. If you value dispositions, such as the ability to be reflective, collaborative, or imaginative, then you will provide multiple opportunities for students to develop these dispositions, so that they become ingrained, or enculturated, into your classroom. 721 more words